30 Jun 2019
Peter Quill dreamed of going to Hogwarts. Gamora dreamed of being accepted. Rocket dreamed of being treated normally again. Drax dreamed of being free of his mother's and sister's death. Hermione dreamed of magic. Harry dreamed of finding true friends. Anything can happen at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Cross posted to fanfiction.net (Under Soul's Scales)
- Part 1 of Guardians of Hogwarts
(And Zuko wants to laugh, he does, because he’s twenty-one, and he's the guardian of a five-year-old sister he didn’t even know existed until his mother died in a car crash, and he's legally responsible for his nineteen-year-old sister who’s been admitted for almost a year of her short life, and rent is due, and his temp job doesn’t pay nearly enough, and he wishes he had someone to help, but he has no clue where Uncle is, and no other adult has ever cared enough to help, and he’s tired.
He’s just so, so, tired.)
[REPOSTED- ACCIDENTALLY ORPHANED]
Fandom: Avatar: The Last Airbender
28 Oct 2020
Fire Lord Zuko is doing his best to fix things, so he would really appreciate it if people would stop trying to kill him already. For the sake of his friends, if nothing else.
For Whumptober 2020
Can be read as oneshots or a series
Zuko gets adopted by the Kyoshi Warriors. Sokka never thought he'd have rival like this before.
He’s the Patron Saint of Hunters, and most prayers to him include a swear or two. The few altars at hunter’s bars are covered with cheap jewelry and amulets, a slice of pie set to the side of the counter. In the middle of nowhere you might see a monster of a car parked on the side of the road, a figure or two lying on top and soaking in the sun. They’re gone once you blink. It’s a good legend, if one that even hunters don’t understand completely.
Or, what happens to Dean when the Winchester Gospels are over? I can't see him settling down completely, but I don't see him fading away either. I see him becoming a legend instead, a part of hunter lore.
- Part 2 of 15x20 Whomst?
In many ways, Dean has a good life—a spacious house and thriving farm in the Shenandoah Valley, the family business he inherited from his late father, a devoted brother who lives only a little more than an hour away. But he’s missing the one thing he wants most of all: someone he can take care of and build a life with. Or, as Sam would put it, someone to cook for.
He figures finding The One isn’t something he can make happen. But the cooking blog his Instagram followers have been clamoring for? He can do that.
And if flirting with the nerdy far-left activist who found his food pictures brings in more engagement to his culinary creations…well, he tells himself that it’s all part of the social media game.
Bookmarked by Souls_Scales
21 Nov 2020